12 December 2017, Tunis - In continuation to the efforts aiming to enhance the capacities of health personnel and improve access to medical supplies in Libya, the EU-funded WHO project “Strengthening Health Information System and Medical Supply Chain Management (SHAMS)” is currently conducting an introductory training workshop on "Pharmaceutical Inventory Management".
TUNIS, 12 December 2017 – Leading Libyan women concluded a two-day consultative meeting on the political changes happening now in Libya and the impact on women’s participation in the forthcoming governance system.
Tunis, 10 December 2017 - Human Rights Day provides an important moment for reflection and an opportunity to renew calls for action. This year, it also marks the start of a year-long build up to the 70th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights – a declaration that establishes the equality and dignity of every human being.
Seven decades on, the foundations of a more just world have been laid and the lives of millions have improved. Yet, we also see mounting cruelties and crimes, particularly in conflicts across the world.
Tunis, 8 December 2017 - The UN electoral support project “Promoting Elections for the People of Libya (PEPOL) benefitted today from a contribution of 1 million Euros from the Federal Republic of Germany. The contribution agreement was signed by the Ambassador of Germany to Libya, Dr. Christian Buck and the Deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary General and Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Libya, Ms. Maria Ribeiro.
Tunis, 4 December 2017 – H.E. French Ambassador to Libya, Ms. Brigitte Curmi and Deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary General (DSRSG) and of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Libya, Ms. Maria Ribeiro, signed the agreement for France’s contribution to the UN electoral project “Promoting Elections for the People of Libya (PEPOL)” in a ceremony that took place today at the French Embassy to Libya, relocated in Tunis. The French contribution of Euro 200,000 comes in addition to the recently signed contribution of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.